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  • 2021/04
    The US: CTCI Opens New Office in Arizona to Provide Semiconductor EPC Services
    Taiwan’s engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor CTCI announced today that it has set up a new office in Phoenix, Arizona to provide EPC services for a major Taiwanese semiconductor company.

    This is CTCI’s second subsidiary office in the USA, the other being in Houston, Texas. CTCI is now expanding its services scope to include high tech plant EPC, in addition to its existing hydrocarbon, power, resource cycling, and intelligent services. For this purpose, CTCI has now established a new business operations called Advanced Technology Facilities Business Operations (ATFBO) since early of this year.

    ATFBO will focus to deliver EPC integrated solutions for the semiconductors, communications, optics business, and computer & accessories segments.

    Since founding its subsidiary company CTCI Americas in 2010, CTCI has gained strong presence in the US market and securing key contracts for Formosa and Gulf Coast Growth Ventures (GCGV) project. CTCI’s office in Phoenix demonstrate our commitment to diversify the business growth opportunities in USA and deliver service excellence to our ATFBO customers.

  • 2021/03
    Taiwan: CTCI Cares for ESG with Company-Wide CSR Engagement
    CTCI launched a one-month event called “CSR Achievements Exhibition” at its headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan on March 31, 2021. The event will showcase CTCI’s performance on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) aspects. Also included in the event are a series of activities to raise employees’ awareness on corporate social responsibilities (CSR), and encourage their participation.

    With a vision of becoming a guardian of the Earth through sustainable, innovative, and green engineering, CTCI has for many years dedicated itself to global sustainability with its core competencies. Important achievements include:

    • Incorporated into Dow Jones Sustainability Emerging Markets Index for 6 consecutive years, number 2 in the global engineering sector.
    • A- in CDP climate change evaluation, or leadership level.
    • Level A in MSCI’s ESG evaluation.
    • Outstanding Professional in Global Corporate Sustainability Awards.
    • 18 Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards, including Top 10 Domestic Companies Sustainability Model Awards.
    • CommonWealth Magazine’s Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility Award.

    The event was kicked off with a lighting ceremony attended by top executives of CTCI business operations and colleagues, followed by a fantastic short clip showing CTCI’s achievements.

    “CSR and sustainability issues now play a major role in company management,” says John T. Yu, CTCI Group Chairman. “CTCI’s goal is to become more competitive through CSR and make CSR part of our DNA. To do so, we continue to turn our four competencies— ‘green engineering, smart plant, resource cycling, and intelligent EPC’— into sustainable practices that are aligned to ESG aspects.”

    “Moreover, CTCI set up ESG Committee under the board last year (2020). Supervised by the Chairman of the Board and other board members, the President of CTCI Corporation is charged with the task to work with ESG task force to outline sustainable development strategies and action plans. Brand Management Department, or the CSR management unit, had its name changed to Sustainability & Brand Department as a sign to assume more responsibility in promoting sustainability. We will be ever more determined and committed to CSR,” Yu added.

    A series of fun activities to celebrate this event include: CSR Challenge, Most Popular CSR Microfilm Poll, Most Popular CSR Moment Entry Poll, and Sustainable Development Goals Photo Shots. These will serve as reminder to CTCI employees that they shall stay innovative and pursue sustainability at work.

  • 2021/03
    Taiwan: Partner with CTCI, Better Together: 2021 CTCI Global Supplier Meeting Successfully Conducted Online
    In hopes to collaborate with global partners to fulfill corporate social responsibility and exert collective al influences, CTCI held 2021 Supplier Meeting on the topic of “Partner with CTCI, Better Together” on March 25, 2021. This year, as a preventive measure for COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting was hosted online.

    Via this meeting, CTCI expects to build consensus and grow together with our suppliers in environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) aspects to attain sustainable development on a global scale.

    A total of 170 senior executives of 107 suppliers from Taiwan, China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, the U.S., Germany, France, Italy, Saudi Arabia, and Oman, were invited to participate in the meeting online. CTCI Corporation President Todd Chen and Vice President of the Procurement Division Ting-Chuang Li were present at the meeting to welcome global suppliers. The senior managers specifically introduced CTCI’s policies on quality management, health, safety, and environment (HSE) management, procurement operation procedures, as well as future outlooks for supplier management measures.

    Also, an award ceremony was held to recognize outstanding performers with distinctive awards, ”Vendor of the Year” and “One Team,” offering CTCI’s sincere appreciation to their efforts and support to build shared consensus and even closer partnership.

    CTCI has been dedicating to corporate sustainability actions with contributions aligning with its core competencies in engineering services worldwide. It has been consecutively selected as a constituent of Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI). In 2020, for the first time in history, it has been selected as one of the “Best Taiwan Global Brands 2020” for exceptional brand performance. As a member of the global village, CTCI will continue refining supplier sustainability management practices and assist suppliers to enhance conducts in corporate social responsibilities fulfilment.

  • 2021/03
    Taiwan: CTCI and KHI Consortium Reached Storage Tank Roof Air-Raising Milestone at CPC’s Third LNG Receiving Terminal

    On March 11, 2021, CTCI Corporation (CTCI) and consortium partner Kawasaki Heavy Industries Company (KHI) successfully completed tank roof air-raising for the first LNG storage tank, with a capacity of 160,000 m3, at CPC Corporation’s (CPC) third liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal. This marks a major milestone of the LNG storage tank construction in this project. By accomplishing this task, CTCI gained further experience and established track record in the global LNG engineering business field.

    Located in Guanyin District, Taoyuan, this is the third LNG receiving terminal invested and constructed by CPC. The scope of work includes two 160,000 m3, above-ground full containment LNG tanks with double domed roof. After forming a complete airtight space within the domed roof and the pre-stressed concrete outer wall, air is infused to create additional air pressure inside. The air pressure difference then helps raise the roof, which is 78.2 meters in diameter and weighs more than 1,000 tons, to a height of 30 meters. To avoid collision between the tank roof structure and the PC outer wall, the position tolerance and tank roof leveling must be strictly controlled (with a tolerated margin of only a few centimeters). Thanks to the rich experience, solid technology and collaboration of the project team, this arduous task was successfully completed.

    The successful raising of the LNG tank roof allows the project to enter the next stage of implementation. By the time the terminal is commissioned and started-up in early 2023, the first storage tank will become in operation, helping stabilize domestic energy supply.

  • 2021/03
    Taiwan: CTCI Signs Umbrella Service Contract with BASF for Chemical Projects
    Engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor CTCI announced today that it has signed a five-year Engineering Partner Umbrella Service Contract (USC) with BASF, a major foreign investor in the region’s chemical industry, to collaborate on chemical and petrochemical projects in the Greater China region.

    Based on the agreement, CTCI will be considered as an EPsCm services contractor candidate for BASF’s chemical and petrochemical plants in Greater China.

    The agreement is a recognition of CTCI’s engineering, procurement services, and construction management (EPsCm) expertise in the hydrocarbon and petrochemical business, paving the way for CTCI’s business expansion.

    The contract signing ceremony took place today in Beijing. The agreement was signed by CTCI Beijing, its parent company CTCI Corporation, and BASF (China) Co., Ltd.

    CTCI has been providing EPsCm service to BASF since 2002. Now that it has been competitively selected as a BASF engineering partner in Greater China, it commits to leverage the Group’s global resources and CTCI Beijing’s localized support to provide BASF with optimal services.

  • 2021/02
    Thailand: CTCI/Saipem Reaches Milestone of Raising LNG Tank Roof in Thailand's Largest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Receiving Terminal

    CTCI is pleased to announce that the PTTLNG Nong Fab LNG Terminal project in Thailand, which it contracted jointly with Saipem, has recently completed the tank roof raising for two gigantic liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanks on Jan. 23 and Feb. 6, 2021, respectively. The tank roof raising marks a major milestone of the LNG storage tank construction in this project. By accomplishing this task, CTCI gained further experience and established track record in the global LNG engineering business field, proving its technical capabilities.

    Located in the industrial zone of Rayong Province, Thailand, Nong Fab is the second LNG receiving terminal invested and constructed locally by PTTLNG Company Limited, a subsidiary of PTT Group, Thailand's leading energy firm.

    Kicked off on July 1, 2018, the project includes engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of two 250,000m3 LNG storage tanks (the largest capacity per single LNG storage tank in Thailand), a gasification facility of 7.5 million tons of LNG per year, a 6-kilometer trestle unloading facility (the world’s longest trestle in the LNG field), and an eco-friendly administrative building.

    “Air raising” technique was used to lift the LNG storage tank roofs. Air was injected into the closed space formed by the dome-shaped tank roof and the pre-stressed concrete (PC) outer wall to create additional air pressure between the interior and exterior of the roof, so as to lift it from the ground to the design elevation.

    It had been a huge challenge to raise the tank roof with a diameter of 90 meters and weighing more than 1,000 tons to a height of 48 meters (about 16 floors). To avoid the collision of tank roof structure with the PC outer wall, the position tolerance and tank roof leveling must be strictly controlled (only a few centimeters are allowed). Thanks to the rich experience, solid technology and collaboration of the project team, this arduous task was successfully completed.

    The successful raising of LNG tank roof allowed the project to enter the next stage of implementation. By the time the terminal is commissioned and started-up in 2022, the LNG receiving terminal is able to provide 7.5 million tons of LNG regasification each year, ensuring stable energy supply for Thailand.